Yeah, he's a poser - monks must be lawful. And that multi-class combo never existed in any *real* D&D campaign setting! What a nub.
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Except you left out your actual level noob! With that much money either you had a rich daddy, or you've actually killed a few rich daddies in the back alleys of...Waterdeep.
Because "It's a scam" is so much more transparent and less cowardly than "AC"...? Says me!
But they had the promise of gold to die for back then. If they made it & got rich enough they could afford passage back to the old world, hell they could afford to buy an entire shipping line! Except 99.999999% of them never made it that far, eh.
Ignoring relativistic effects & GR in general (pardon the puny pun), it would take a ship almost 6 months & less than 1/10th of a light year to reach 0.5c, assuming a constant 1g acceleration. So, the only question is, what propulsion method are we going to have in the conceivable future that can sustain that kind of thrust with X number of humans and a total weight of Y (inc fuel/propellant)..? For ref, Saturn V weighs 3000 tons & can only produce thrust for 17 mins with all 3 stages at about 3Gs max. I'm not sure even nuclear fusion can produce enough energy to self-propel that much mass for that long. Isn't there a critical thrust-to-weight ratio at which a propellant can no longer produce enough thrust to out-power its own system's weight...? So what would the ship be expelling & where would it get that much raw mass-energy from for 6 months?
You AC penis-lovers should get a room. Full of dildos. Have fun!
You sure this is from a Gospel quote, and not just Jesus in fact quoting (or paraphrasing) from the OT? Or just one of the apostles or historians from another NT book...? Do you have a chapter & verse quote?
Jesus was very clever & careful not to say very much if anything at all on highly contentious topics, such as homosexuality, corporal/physical punishment or child discipline, women's rights, racial topics, etc. Hell, he even admonished his disciples to the point of "slaves obey your masters [with good grace]"!
In any case, he did also whip the Pharisees good & proper outside the temple, which they were using as a market stall area for profit; even though he did so in utter indignation & disgust & they well deserved it (according to their own rules in fact), one could argue that his intention, from a purely theological POV, wasn't to condone violence at all, rather to demonstrate its folly. Or it was simple justice, take yer pick. He certainly wasn't a pacifist - don't make that mistake.
Having said that, the AC you replied to is right on the money biblically, no pun intended, so I'm bemused he didn't use his real name/moniker. I guess this slashdot internet thingy makes it all too easy to post even wisdom anonymously, heh.
Why would I pay Fuxtel $100 per month to watch 1 or 2 shows I actually like & get shovelled 100 others I could care care less about, most of them reruns or months/years old...?
People download for all sorts of reasons, like avoiding being exposed to ad-infested 42min shows with 20mins of brain-dead shovelware being forced down our optic nerves.
Disclaimer: I don't watch BB but might go & download all the seasons right now
You might like to take a closer look at our recently deposed PM & self-confessed atheist here down under to see that religious views have little to do with competency, character or moral fibre, especially when it comes to politicians. Me, personally - I'd prefer a leader who I know doesn't think they're God, make of that what you will.
The things you own...they end up owning you.
Your kung fu is strong young grasshopper
You guys are so utterly, totally & hopelessly farked! About the only thing that can save you now is a revolution or civil war, I'm horrified to the admit.
Email, web browsing, RSS, file transfers...everyone uses those across many client apps, but with only a few common protocol standards. The issue is settling on a social network standard of some kind, which users can plug into with their choice of front end.